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The first Saturday of each month from 10.30am to 1pm.


The idea is to build a little friendly community who share each other’s company, whilst undertaking some cooking, craft activity or artwork – a small space in time to just ‘be’. The range of activities has been wide - baking Welsh cakes, Dutch Christmas cookies, bookbinding, blind drawing, crocheting remembrance poppies, willow weaving and soap making, etc. There is always someone who has a skill to share with others.

We also have days away, to local places of interest.

Recently we had a very successful and unique event, making a connection with the local refugee organisation, learning, and sharing through the world language of food.

The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust ‘Junior Wildlife Watch Group’ for 8- to 13-year-olds share the hall at the same time – so there is an additional bonus of seeing the wonderful range of activities they get up to.

​Do come along and share in the group’s activities – you will receive a very warm welcome.  There is always a cup of coffee or tea and a piece of cake to enjoy too. We ask a £2.50 donation at each session which is passed onto St Marks towards the upkeep of the Henley Hall.

​Contact: Carla Tucker on 0788 049 6110

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